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ausland presents jl guionnet in berlin/ausland

12 Sep 2014 - 21:00
12 Sep 2014 - 23:59

ausland invites french musician/visual artist Jean-Luc Guionnet for one week of concerts, lectures, performances, exhibitions, and film screenings done by or otherwise curated by mr. guionnet in and around ausland


:: CONCERT/SCREENINGS in ausland, featuring


film by franck gourdien : "what carried me away"

guionnet / robin hayward duo

film by dominic gagnon : "RIP in Pieces America"


€5 entrance!

doors 20h30, start 21h


F Gourdien:

Along with writing (magazine La Barque), following an approach in the visual arts (drawing, painting) and having resulted in monochrome photography (link), Gourdien works with factory
movies-trials in which the direction manifests in the relationship between text and image,
either through or in its video-text on a soundtrack being a real sound project staff musicians. He creates documentaries.


D Gagnon:

Dominic Gagnon is an inventor, director, installer and active performer on the international scene. He considers cinema as a technique for measuring the immeasurable or as a discipline of chaos. Since 1996, he has made public presentations of moving images, invent machines and concepts, performs sound works, built facilities and creates performances in various galleries, festivals and biennials around the world. To carry out his projects, Gagnon has conducted several researches about: the decline of economies (ISO, 2002), terror (Du Moteur à Explosion, 2000) violence and identity crisis among boys (The Making of a Cobra, 2004), the international adoption systems (Anchorage, 1998), information disorder and homelessness (High Speed, 2007), Sado-Masochism and fetishism in popular culture (Blockbuster History, 2005) and the family in the era of mega-entertainment (Beluga Crash Blues, 1997).